noun, plural Tan·a·nas, (especially collectively) Tan·a·na for 2.
Examples from the Web for tanana
And did not the Tanana tribe pay my father many blankets and fine furs?
The trip over "the trail" from Valdez to the Tanana country is one of the most fascinating in Alaska.Alaska|Ella Higginson
The mission at Tanana is not a happy place to visit for one who has the welfare of the natives at heart.Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled|Hudson Stuck
He came in the year 1879, and established a post for the purpose of trafficking in the furs of the Tanana Indians.The Boy With the U. S. Survey|Francis Rolt-Wheeler
It was bad hunting, and the Tanana people made payment for the bad hunting.